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    Healthy Baked Onion Bhajis



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    Healthy baked Onion Bhajis; I had these last night for dinner; seriously easy, quick and nutritious. perfect accompaniment to a curry or salad.

    Combine these ingredients in a bowl;
    100g Chickpea flour (gram)
    4 diced onions
    1 tablespoon cumin
    small handful of fresh coriander
    salt & pepper
    1 teaspoon coconut oil
    20-30g milled flaxseed (optional)
    Water (as required)

    Mix ingredients and add splashes of water as required to create consistency. Mould balls and bake for 30 mins @ 180. I give them a spray with frylight before putting them in the oven. Bon appetit!

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    These sound great and look simple to make, with some side salad and a yogurt and cucumber dip they would be great as a light lunch.

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    They are wonderful and incredibly easy to make, you can impress your guests with your homemade cooking too. They’ll think you slaved for hours.

    I just love knowing that all the foods are healthy and give something back to you rather than deplete you of health.

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    These have given me a great idea for Christmas food in the work place. At a time when everyone brings in varying amounts of rubbish food, and consequently put on pounds of weight over the festive season, this will show people that it is possible to have healthy, low fat food that is tasty and can still remain party food.

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    I add 1/2 teaspoon of mixed spice, this adds depth to the flavour.

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    These sound great, and simple to make too, Have you tried chopping up some sun dried tomatoes into this mixture?

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    Can anyone recommend where I can buy the chickpea flour from please I would really like to try making these?

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    Oooh these look good I love onion bhajis

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    Do you have to use chickpea flour or can you use an alternative?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freespirit View Post
    Can anyone recommend where I can buy the chickpea flour from please I would really like to try making these?
    You can find it in any South Asian grocery shop.

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